Need a helpful notebook to note down your rides, goals and training plans? Then here's a list of our favourite bicycle inspired jotters that will make sure your wheels are never far from your plans!

A notebook is invaluable for noting down those essential reminders, diary dates and important plans. Rather than relying on electronics, good old fashioned paper and pen is a great way to track your training progress - helping ensure you work towards those goals.

So here's our favourite 6 cycling themed notebook companions...

Beautiful Road Notebook

This A5 hardback notebook is the perfect little book for storing those thoughts and reminders you think of when you're out on the bike.

It's got 128 pages (64 leaves), plenty for all your ideas and training plans.

Personalised Notebook1

Who doesn't love something a little personal to them? These notebooks come in 4 fun styles: The Rules of cycling, The Courage to Start, The Life is Like Riding a Bicycle, and You Can Never Have Too Many Bikes. Which one would you go for?

Each of them available in hardback with 160 pages of lined paper with the dimensions: H16.3 x W12.2 x D1.2cm

Cycling Notes1

Record those miles on something more personal than Strava. This cycle diary is great for tracking your progress and adventures. With 192 pages and an elasticised clasp, it's the ideal travel companion.

Vintage

From Cavallini & Co. this set of 3 Vintage style cycling notebooks come with one lined, one blank and one graphed so you have one for every need. Each book contains 96 pages of white paper and the small dimension: 140mm x 100mm x 8mm

Etsy Notebook1

Available in 2 different sizes (5.5 x 8.5 or 8.5 x 11) and different paper types, you can customise your notebook to your needs.

This notebook is made from recycled paper and bound with a black coiled binder with a stiff back page to stability.

Evolution

We love this Evolution of Cycling notebook with 120 pages of quality paper, available with either graphed or lined pages.

With these cycling inspired notebook ideas, you'll be well on your way to recording your adventures, tracking your miles and making plans and reaching your goals.

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